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turnoutnoun [C usually sing]

us   /ˈtɜrnˌɑʊt/
the number of people who are present for an event: Considering the rain, there was a good turnout.
politics & government In an election, the turnout is the number of people who vote
(Definition of turnout from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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turnoutnoun [S]

uk   /ˈtɜːnaʊt/ us  
POLITICS the number of people who vote in an election: Voter turnout was high. a 50%/high/low turnout a big/poor/record turnout
the number of people who are present at an organized event: We had a good turnout, more than 100 people showed up. With the aid of his regular producer, he has maintained his prolific output through variable reviews and inconsistent box-office turnout.
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